Over the past two years, Greiner Packaging has replaced yogurt multi-packs made from polystyrene (PS) with polypropylene (PP) and ‘Project Snap’ has successfully recreated the ‘snap’ consumers love.
New York-based Trimona Bulgarian Yogurt has added a new Superfood range, with all products packed in the fully recyclable K3® cardboard-plastic combination from Greiner Packaging.
Veolia is set to make a major increase to the amount of recycled plastic used in milk bottles, and close the UK to UK recycling loop for the UK dairy industry.
IMA’s Sensing Future Days series continues this week with ‘Make the most’, presenting IMA’s range of solutions for dosing, wrapping, filling, sealing and packaging of various dairy products.
Launched in January, the Red Tractor scheme ran an eight-week review of new proposals for scheme’s six sectors, including dairy.
On 10 March 2021, the French Conseil d’État annulled for excess of power the French decree on mandatory origin labelling for milk.
Müller is targeting growth in the wholesale and convenience channels with the introduction of price marked packs on its Müller Corner yogurt pots.
New research shows that 91% of UK adults believe the importance of increasing the amount we recycle will grow over the next five years and that the key area to focus our efforts on is plastics recycling.